I too, have no use for the rail. It's just to bad the gun isn't still black. They did a sweet job though, it looks nice!
Xiphos said:I too, have no use for the rail. It's just to bad the gun isn't still black. They did a sweet job though, it looks nice!
It has the take-down lever and slide stop and safety/decocker of the Taurus 92 which is a copy of the early Berettas but that's it, everything else is original.adam731432 said:It looks like a Sig or S&W. Are these guns copies of another?
Don't know if there's a holster available, never thought about using one but there has to be one out there that will work. Try a holster for a Sig 220, they're similar in shape.TexasRed said:Can you even find holsters for it (with or without the rail)? I'm kind of wanting to make this purchase, maybe they have one at the gunshow. . . . . .
Bubba said:it only cost 50 bucks to refinish the gun? How long did it take?
adam731432 said:What type of refinish is it, or did they just definish it.
adam731432 said:How many rounds have you put threw it? I know chrome will stand up much longer than any blueing, parkerizing,anodizing,ect but how does it stand up on the frame rails and hammer face?